The history of Schroders as we know it today begins in 1804, when Johann Heinrich Schröder becomes a partner in J. F. Schröder & Co, the London-based firm founded by his brother, Johann Friedrich Schröder, in 1800. By the beginning of the 20th century, Schroders is one of the leading banking houses in London, issuing bonds for clients in North and South America, South Africa, Russia, China, Japan and Europe. Schroders employ over 3,700 talented people worldwide operating from 38 offices in 28 different countries across Europe, the Americas, Asia and the Middle East, close to the markets in which we invest and close to our clients.
Speaks German, English, French, Italian, Spanish, Arabic, and above all Polish and Russian (staff of eight)
The company is listed on the FTSE100 in London
Main shareholders is the Schroder family for the last more than 200 years
Judicial Cooperation Agreement with Russia is signed; Double Taxation Agreement with Russia is signed; AML legislation is strictly observed; Active member of OECD, FATF, Basel Commitee, Egmont Group etc.